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    Sky Sports News followed Chris Froome back to his roots in Africa-Kenya-Video

    Thought Ill share this coz it seems that this forum section had been forgotten about.Froomes cycling story is quite interesting.Link to the video is below

    http://www1.skysports.com/news/15264/9107948/

    Sky Sports News followed Chris Froome back to his roots in Africa last November to look at how his unconventional upbringing in Kenya helped propel him to the yellow jersey and an Olympic medal at London 2012.

    The 25-minute "Special Report" also includes previously unseen video diaries from Froome's victory at last summer's Tour.

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    Nice. Thanks for the link.
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    “Whereas modern cynicism brought despair about the ability of the human species to realize laudable ideals, postmodern cynicism doesn't — not because it's optimistic, but because it can't take ideals seriously in the first place. The prevailing attitude is Absurdism. A postmodern magazine may be irreverent, but not bitterly irreverent, for it's not purposefully irreverent; its aim is indiscriminate, because everyone is equally ridiculous. And anyway, there's no moral basis for passing judgment. Just sit back and enjoy the show.”
    ― Robert Wright, The Moral Animal: Why We Are the Way We Are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology

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